- Substantial Grade II Listed Farmhouse
- Planning permission to convert outbuildings
- 6 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms
- Four Receptions
- Aga Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- Period Character Throughout
- Large Gardens & Paddock
- Ample Parking
- Rural setting
The ground floor comprises of four principal reception rooms and a kitchen/breakfast room. The magnificent dual aspect living room has an inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove inset. Two further receptions include the charming sitting room and a family room, both also with fireplaces, whilst the dining room has flagged stone flooring with access to the garden and a rear boot room off. The large farmhouse kitchen/breakfast room has an Aga and fitted units with granite worksurfaces arranged around a central island with a ceramic hob, off which is a utility/boiler room.
On the first floor, both the excellent master and second bedroom have en-suites and built in wardrobes. There are four further bedrooms and a family bathroom which has a separate shower and roll top bath. Steps lead up to a top floor with a large useful attic providing potential for further accommodation if required.
Externally, the property is entered through an electric five-bar gate to the side following a gravelled drive to a large parking area for numerous vehicles. At the rear is a range of stone outbuildings adjoining the farmhouse which have planning consent to be converted into a one-bedroom holiday let.
The gardens are predominantly arranged to the east side of the farmhouse laid to lawn with a small orchard, whilst there is a further lawn garden off the living room. The large paddock extends to 2.7 acres whilst a further paddock opposite the farmhouse extends to 0.31 acres.
Further land is available by separate negotiation including two fishing lakes which provide a healthy income.
SITUATION Sevington is a pretty hamlet situated between Grittleton and Yatton Keynell. The popular village of Grittleton has amenities including The Neeld Arms public house, Church, tennis and cricket clubs. Yatton Keynell is an excellent and sought-after village located on the edge of the Cotswolds within a Conservation area. The village has a range of amenities including a Post Office & village shop, doctor's surgery, two churches, village hall, The Bell Inn pub and a C of E Primary School. Nearby is the quintessential Cotswold village of Castle Combe famous for its unspoilt character, fine hotel and Golf Club. The market town of Chippenham is only 4 miles away for a further range of facilities, and both Bath and Bristol are within a 30 minutes' drive. There are frequent inter-city train services at Chippenham and the M4 (Junction 18) is about 5 minutes' drive away providing access to London, the south and the Midlands.
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Chippenham Station4.4 miles
About the agent
James Pyle & Co is traditional Estate Agency dealing with all aspects of residential sales and lettings across the Cotswolds with offices in the delightful villages of Sherston and Painswick. A family owned and wholly independent business, the ethos of James Pyle & Co is to provide first class presentation to every home coupled with a personal service and client care being our highest priority. We believe it is 'a people business and not just a property business'. We pride ourselves on profe
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